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  Ali ibn Abi Talib - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali was born at Mecca where his father, Abu Talib, was an uncle of the Prophet.
The capital of the province of Syria, Damascus, was held by Mu'awiyah, the governor of Syria and a kinsman of Ali's slain predecessor.
Ali had eight wives after Fatima's death, and in all, it is said, thirty-three children, one of whom, Hassan, a son of Fatima, is said to have refrained from publicly claiming the caliphate, so as to prevent further bloodshed among Muslims.
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 Kufa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The city was the location of the capital of Ali ibn Abu Talib.
After Ali ibn Abu Talib became caliph, he moved his headquarters and capital to Kufa as he prepared for battle with Muawiyah who was leading a revolt from Syria.
Ali was killed in the city, and buried in the nearby city of Najaf.
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 Ali ibn Abi Talib   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
His father, Abu Talib, was an uncle of the Prophet, and Ali himself was adopted by Muhammad and educated under his care.
Ali's descendants by Fatima are known as the Fatimids.
Ali is described as a bold, noble and generous man, "the last and worthiest of the primitive Muslims, who imbibed his religious enthusiasm from companionship with the prophet himself, and who followed to the last the simplicity of his example." (See further Caliphate.)
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 Ali Ibn Abu Talib Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali was born in Mecca, in the Hejaz region of northern Arabia, sometime around 599 CE (the year is an approximation only).
Ali's father, Abu Talib, was a member of the powerful tribe of the Quraysh, and an uncle to the young Muhammad.
Abu Musa Asha'ri was appointed advocate for Ali, and `Amr-ibn-al-As, a veteran diplomat, was for Mu'awiyah.
www.karr.net /encyclopedia/Ali_ibn_Abu_Talib   (2597 words)

  
 A Short History of the Lives of The Twelve Imams of ahl albayt
Amir al-mu'minln Ali (upon whom be peace(AS)) was the son of Abu Talib, the Shaykh of the Bani Hashim.
Abu Talib was the uncle and guardian of the Holy Prophet (sawas) and the person who had brought the Prophet (sawas) to his house and raised him like his own son.
Imam Musa ibn Ja'far Kazim, the son of the sixth Imam, was born in 128/744 and was poisoned and martyred in prison in 183/799.
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 Ali Ben Abu Talib Article, AliBenAbuTalib Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali provedhimself to be a brave and faithful soldier, and when Muhammad died without male issue, a few emigrants thought Ali to have thebest claim to succeed Muhammad.
The Sunnisbelieve that the prophet chose Abu Bakr to be the first caliph, while the Shiabelieve that he chose Ali and announced it in public in Ghadir Khom.
Ali is described as a bold, noble and generous man, "thelast and worthiest of the primitive Muslims, who imbibed his religious enthusiasm from companionship with the prophet himself,and who followed to the last the simplicity of his example." (See further Caliphate.)
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 Ali ibn Abu Talib   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Weil auch eine spätere Tochter Alis (mit einer anderen Frau ebenfalls Fatima hieß, wurde er auch der Mann der drei Fatimas genannt (Mutter Ehefrau und Tochter).
Nach damaliger Kampfart traten drei der tapfersten Krieger der Mekkaner zum Einzelkampf vor, und Ali tötete zwei von ihnen.
Nach 'Uthmans Ermordung wurde Ali der vierte Kalif der Muslime.
www.muslim-markt.de /Lexikon/stichworte/a/aliibnabutalib.htm   (678 words)

  
 Letters of Imam Alí b. Abi Taalib from Nahjul Balaagha : Arthur's Classic Novels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ibn Abbas hated them because some of them had sided with Talha and Zubayr in the Battle of Jamal and therefore, he had on occasions treated them scornfully.
It is an abode of strifes and bloodshed.
You must know Ibn Hunayf, that for everyone who follows a religion there is a leader and a guide from whom the follower learns the canons of that religion and the ways of leading a pious life.
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 Ali ibn Abi Talib - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
While a boy, he distinguished himself by being one of the first to declare his adhesion to the cause of Muhammad, who some years afterwards gave him his daughter Fatima Zahra in marriage.
A splendid mosque called Meshed Ali was afterwards erected near the city, the place of his burial.
Ali is described as a bold, noble and generous man, "the last and worthiest of the primitive Moslems, who imbibed his religious enthusiasm from companionship with the prophet himself, and who followed to the last the simplicity of his example." (See further Caliphate.)
www.peacelink.de /index.php?title=Ali_ibn_Abu_Talib&redirect=no   (858 words)

  
 Shi'a Real Ahl al-Sunnah
Ibn Sa`d has said that Abdullah ibn Awn al-Basri was a follower of Uthman."[128] And about Ibrahim ibn Ya`qub al-Jawzjani, who was famous for hating Ali, peace be upon him, he says that his sect was Hareezi, i.e.
Al-Dar Qutni, for example, says, "Ibn Qutaybah, spokesman of Ahl al-Sunnah, inclines to ascribing human characteristics (to Allah) and deviates from the line of the Prophet's `Itrat."[130] This proves that most "Ahl al-Sunnah wal Jama`a" deviated from the path of the Progeny of the Messenger of Allah.
Ibn Kathir, in his Al-Bidaya wal Nihaya, tells us that when "Ahl al-Sunnah wal Jama`a" heard al-A`mash narrating the tradition of the roasted bird, which contains a praise of Ali ibn Abu Talib (peace be upon him), they took him out of the mosque then washed the place where he used to sit.
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 'ali Ibn Abu Talib Caliph In Iraq / Bent Al-hanafiyya
Ali was the son of Abu Talib, chief of a local cla n.
Ali is said to have displayed rare courage in battle d u r i n g the militaryexpeditions Muhamma d conducted to co ns ol id at e Islam and always obtained alion s share of th e b oot y.
Ali, while attending the last ri tes o f t h e Prophet, w as confronted by the fact that Ab u Bakr, M uh ammad s closest friend and father of A isha h, on e of t h e Prophet s wives, had beenchosen caliph.
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 Ali --  Encyclopædia Britannica
'Ali was the son of Abu Talib, chief of a local clan.
Ali was the first fighter to win the world heavyweight championship on three separate occasions; he successfully defended this title 19 times.
When Muhammad 'Ali (also spelled Mehemet Ali) was named pasha of Egypt by the Ottoman Empire, he founded a dynasty that ruled for more than 100 years and paved the way for the modern Egyptian state.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9005712?tocId=9005712   (775 words)

  
 Nahjul Balagha, Sermons of Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib : Arthur's Classic Novels
Ibn `Abbás said that he was in the audience of Amír al-mu'minín at ar-Rahbah (a place in Kúfah) when conversation turned to Caliphate and those who had preceded him as Caliphs, when Amír al-mu'minín breathed a sigh and delivered this sermon.
Hayyán ibn as-Samín al-Hanafí of Yamámah was the chief of the tribe Banú Hanifah and the master of fort and army.
Thus, at Kúfah, al-Walíd ibn Ùqbah was the governor but when in the state of intoxication of wine he led the morning prayer in four instead of two rak`ah and people agitated he was removed, but the Caliph put in his place a hypocrite like Sa`id ibn al-`Ás.
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 Ali. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The debate over his right to the caliphate caused a major split in Islam into Sunni and Shiite branches, and he is regarded by the Shiites as the first Imam, or leader: Shiite derives from the phrase shi-at Ali [Ar.=the party of Ali].
He was the son of Abu Talib, Muhammad’s uncle, but was more closely related to the Prophet as the husband of Fatima.
Ali and his second son Husein (626–80) are the great martyrs of the Shiites.
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 AhlulBayt Discussion Forum -> YA ALI MADAD?
Ali was paternal Cousin of the Apostle of God and his helper and successor in his affairs, his son-in- law (being married) to his daughter.
Ali Ibne Abi Talib had two clear marks of nobility, first he and his brothers were among the second generation descendants of Hashim, and second he grew up under the care and education of the Apostle of God, may God bless him and his family.
Ali and his family knew the extent of the evil and wickedness of the Ummayads.
www.shiachat.com /forum/index.php?showtopic=23081   (3678 words)

  
 Talib, Ali ibn Abu: 4th Caliph and Leader of the Shiite sect of Islam
‘Ali was born in 600 A.D., in the shrine, Kaaba, in the city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
Ali himself did not change his lifestyle, for he learned never to live long in riches and frequently used the money he obtained by supplying money for more religious conquests or for charity.
Ali refused, fearing to kill some people that were not proven to be the actual murderers.
www.hyperhistory.net /apwh/bios/b1talib-ali-ibn-abu.htm   (1755 words)

  
 Sayyidina Husain ibn `Ali (Radhiallaahu Anhu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Husain ibn 'Ali ibn Abu Talib ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib ibn Hashim ibn 'Abd al-Manaf for Shi'ahs in particular, is hailed as an immortal martyr.
He was born in the city of Madinah to 'Ali ibn Abu Talib and Fatimah bint Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam).
His father 'Ali used to say, "Whoever wishes to see anyone closely resembling the Holy Prophet from his neck up to his ankles in formation and texture, then look at Husain." Husain and his elder brother, Hasan was much loved by their proud grandfather.
www.jamiat.org.za /muharram/Husain.htm   (771 words)

  
 'ali Ibn Abu Talib Caliph In Iraq / Fatimah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
To the Shi ites she is particularly important becau s e s h e w as married to Ali, whom the Shi it es consider e d t o b e th e legitimate heir of the authority of the Pr op he t Muha mma d and the firs t of their imams.
Ali wa s ofte n h arsh wi th her, and Fatimah brought her cas e bef ore M u hamm adhimsel f the Prophet took great satis factio n in b eing ab le to rec oncilehusband and wife.
Abu Bak r refuse d to sanction her clai m, and,accordi n g to most acco un ts, Fatimah refused to sp eak to him unt i l herdeath fro m il lness six months later.
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 Al-Muraja'at
It is transmitted by Ibn Hajar who also quotes the three ahadith that precede it in Section 3, Chapter 9, page 76, of his Al-Sawa`iq al-Muhriqa.
[4] This is quoted from Ibn `Ayyash by chroniclers and authors of sunan, and it exists where Al-Sawa`iq al-Muhriqa has already referred.
Ibn Hajar has copied it at the beginning of Section 2, Chapter 9, page 72, of his Al-Sawa`iq al-Muhriqa.
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 Hazrat Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib's Epistle to the Governor of Egypt - 10/7/96   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Hazrat Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib's Epistle to the Governor of Egypt - 10/7/96
Hazrat Ali, the Great Khalif of Islam, and the first in the line of the Imamat, apart from his abiding contribution to spiritual thought, is known to the Arabic world as a great jurist and man of letters.
Egypt), Hazarat Ali is credited with not less than 480 treaties, lectures and epistles on a variety of subjects dealing with philosophy, religion, law and politics, as collected by Zaid Ibn Wahab in the Imam's own life time.
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 Al-Muraja'at
Research the biography of the Prophet, peace be upon him and his progeny, and you will find him describing `Ali and Aaron as two bright stars in the heart of the skies, the eyes positioned in the face, neither of them is distinguished in his nation from the other.
It is Allah who has turned you out while keeping him.'"[17] Zayd ibn Arqam has said: "A few companions of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) used to have the doors of their houses overlooking the mosque.
Ibn `Abdel-Birr, too, quotes the biography of the grandson of the Prophet al-Hasan (as) from Isti`ab, and even al-Thahbi quotes it in his Talkhis, taking its authenticity for granted, in spite of his fanaticism and deviation from this nation's Aaron, and from its Shabar and Shubayr.
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 Ali on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ali and his second son Husein (626-80) are the great martyrs of the Shiites.
Ali: The Untouchable; He's a hero to most, a superman to many, a saint to some.
But to one writer Muhammad Ali was a friend - until a torn T-shirt made the Champ turn nasty.
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Therefore, Abu Bakr's claim is invalidated £or being a mere endeavor to null the effect of the Quran.
So Abu Bakr's claim cannot be taken as proof versus the Holy Quran, nor can it be proof for excluding the prophets and their families from the Quranic rule.
The political challenge which Abu Bakr created here, was aimed at proving to Ali and Lady Fatima Zahra (A.S.) that the nation was not ready to aid them in an emotional issue in which he was successful in downgrading Ali and Fatima by controlling and directing the public opinion.
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 Shi'a Real Ahl al-Sunnah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
I visited Ahmad ibn Hanbal after having added the name of Ali, Allah be pleased with him,[23] to the list of the three ["righteous caliphs"].
It is true that Ahmad ibn Hanbal was the first person to promote this notion, but he could not convince the scholars of hadith, as we have pointed out to adopt his view due to their following in the footprints of Abdullah ibn Umar.
Their influence spread in the east and the west, and they established the "state of Israel..." It was only then that Pope John Paul II met Jewish rabbis and cleared them of the crime of killing Jesus, for such are some people, and such is our time.
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 Timeline 600CE to 999CE
Ali was Mohammad’s son-in-law and the father of Mohammad’s grandsons.
Ali prepared for war but was murdered by an angry former supporter.
The followers of Ali became known as Shiites from the Arabic meaning "the party of Ali." Those who believe that the election of the first three caliphs was valid and who claim to follow the Sunna reject the Shiite idea of the Imam, and are called the Sunnis.
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 Ali Ibn Abu Talib
Abu Bakr, Umar e Uthman (que Deus esteja satisfeito com eles) costumavam consultá-lo freqüentemente durante seus califados, muitas vezes Umar (que Deus esteja satisfeito com ele) o indicava como o vice-gerente em Madina quando se ausentava da cidade.
Conforme citado antes, 'Ali (que Deus esteja satisfeito com ele) aceitou o califado muito relutantemente, a morte de Uthman (que Deus esteja satisfeito com ele) e os eventos ao redor eram um sintoma e também se tornaram causa de conflitos civis em grande escala.
Depois de 'Ali, Muawiya assumiu o califado, que, a partir de então, passou a ser hereditário.
www.islam.org.br /ali_ibn_abu_talib.htm   (995 words)

  
 islamonline - ramadan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Al-bara' said: I was one of those who went with Khalid and we stayed amongst people there for six months propagating Islam, but nobody answered, so Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, sent us `Ali Ibn Abu Talib and asked him to send Khalid back with his group, unless someone would like to stay.
After `Ali came we went to the Yemenis and they gave us warm reception.
`Ali then sent the news of Hamadan’s embracing Islam to the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him.
www.islamonline.net /English/ramadan1422/2001/history/article20.shtml   (190 words)

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